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Web Development

Skills worth mentioning

Having spent more than half of my life as a web developer, it's amazing to see how far this industry has evolved since the humble beginnings of using Notepad to hand code your own rollover buttons.

Now with an abundance of frameworks, libraries, tools and software, web development requires more than just a sound knowledge of HTML, CSS and Javascript. It's an ever-evolving industry.

The below skills matrix is a reflection of both knowledge but also real world project experience. Whilst I consider myself well versed in a lot of these skills, I also know there's plenty more to learn about each (and I can also be my harshest critic).

PHP
MySQL
HTML & CSS
Bootstrap
Flexbox
Javascript
jQuery
Ajax
SEO
UI/UX
Adobe Creative Suite
WordPress
WooCommerce
cPanel / Plesk
Domain Management
DNS Management
AWS - Route 53
AWS - Simple Mail Service
AWS - EC2
AWS - S3 Bucket
Agile Methodology
Backup and Disaster Recovery
Website Security and Hardening
Payment Gateways (Stripe / Square / PayPal / etc)
RESTful API / SOAP Web Services
Google Analytics / Google Console
Google Suite (Setup)
Google My Business (Setup)
Microsoft 365 (Setup)
JobReady (API Integration)
Vision 6 (Campaigns and Integration)
MailChimp (Campaigns and Integration)
Version Control (Git / BitBucket)
Eclipse IDE
Video Editing
Facebook Ads
Sound Editing
Shopify
CodeIgniter

Web Development

Always learning. Always growing.

React JS (new)
Laravel (new)
Ruby on Rails
Unity (VR Development)
Appsheet + Appsheet API

Web Development

From the past...

CMS Made Simple (dormant)
Joomla (dormant)
Cold Fusion (dormant)
Drupal (dormant)
Flash (discontinued)

Last updated: May 2021

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